The Changing Nature of Hospitals & Medical Professions

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  • Henry VIII
    • Changes
      • Medical Professions
        • Surgeons
          • John Hunter
            • King's Surgeon
            • Understanding scientific of teeth, bones, digestion and venereal
            • Master of Anatomy
            • University Lectures
          • Now more educated
            • Trained through Apprentiships
            • No more licensing from Bishops
            • Crude and basic operations
              • Bloodletting
              • Risks of bloodloss infection and pain
        • Physicians
          • Improved Training
            • new theories & texts were emerging
              • Observation of practise
                • Thomas Sydenham
              • Dissections
                • Vesalius
                  • Important of doing own dissections
                    • Observationes Medicae
                      • Printing Press
                        • Johannes Gutenberg
        • Limitations
          • Theory-based
      • Role of Hospitals
        • Charity hospitals
          • Late 1500's
          • Voluntary work
          • Poor and Sick
            • Not everyone got treated
        • Limitations
          • Not everyone got treated
          • There were entry conditions
            • HOWEVER Must have lived a respectable lifestyle
    • The English Reformation
      • Church of England
    • The Dissolution of the Monasteries
      • 1536
      • Charity hospitals were formed

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